Parker County Today August 2017 - Page 9

Dustin Deel speaking at the Boots, Barbe- cue & Bachelors event last month. Max and Maxine with their new owner explained Deel. Hudson requested that she be buried with the pictures the shelter had sent to her. This act of kindness the shel- ter showed towards Hudson and her dogs shows just how much the WPCAS cares about the people and community of Parker County.  “We have two [types of] custom- ers here at the WPCAS. We want to help the animals and the people of Parker County ... both are equally as important,” said Deel. At a recent Parker County Today event, “Boots, Barbecue and Bachelors,” Deel said that the goal of the shelter is to be “advocates for the animals and people of Parker County.” For many people like Mrs. Hudson and her dogs, they have been just that. adopted. With the help of the Parker County Today’s Newsblast, Max and Maxine found a home with Kandess Klein who had had a bonded pair of dogs in the past, and felt instantly connected with the dogs and ѡ)ѽ+qQ́݅́ͼٽѕѼѡ)́Ё݅́ѡəЁ)ѡtͅ)܁ݕ́ѕȁ-͕)ѡ]A Lєѡ̰)ݥѠɕ́ѡͱ)ɕ᥹ѡȁ܁Q)͡ѕȁѼɥЁѡ͔)ɕ̰Ʌѡ͕ѡ)Ѽ!ՑͽM䰁͕݅͡)ȁ́ѕȁ55᥹ݕɔ)ѕq%Ё݅́݅́͡)ЁѼѡ͔́t)́ȁ͉ѡ́)ѡ䁙͡иIф)ѡձЁͥѼɕ)ȁȁ́)Յ䁽ܸ)Qɽ՝ѡ́͡)5̸!Ցͽé́ݕɔ)ȁͥѥȁ)ȁЁѡɽ՝ѡɕх)ͥ́ѡЁ)ѡ́Ёȁѡɽ՝5̸)!Ցͽéȁɕɹ͡)ѕɥЁѡЁȁѼ)ѡɐͥɕɥ)ٕ̻t)Q͡ѕȁչѽѡЁѡ͔)́ݕɔ!Ցͽé䁅)ɔѡЁѡ́ݕɔЁѼ)٥ݡɔѡ䁍ձх)ѽѡȸѕȁͽ镐ѡ)́ݕɔЁȁѥх)Ёѡɕݕ́ȁѡѼ(